Foodies in Nepal

Tea and Beans in Nepal
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This set is inspired by Dani Venn, who happened to mention the words 'food photography' but was likely refering to something a little more delicious than photos of dal bhat at a truck stop. But the food of Nepal is beautiful in its own way. Apple pancakes in the Annapurnas is still my favourite dish.



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Behind The Scenes

I don't run gourmet adventures of foodie tours, but the photo tours end up getting pretty close to that equation. The difference between a good journey and a great journey is the food. Will I ever run a specialist Food Photography Tour one day? Not likely. I don't like to let work get in the way of enjoying my culinary passions. I'll stick to teaching photography on tours and sharing my love of food along the way.

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